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Al Jazeera 13 Aug 2019

The Yemenis living in graveyards as battle rages

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Civilians who have fled Yemen's war-torn west coast are living in poverty with little hope of finding a decent home or job.
Aid is in short supply as Houthi fighters and the Saudi-UAE-led coalition forces continue to battle.
Al Jazeera's Mohamed Alatab has been following the struggle of a number of families across the country.


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